In article <3911E3D1.6FF7F...@acm.org>,
Jim Gillogly <j...@acm.org> wrote:
> Paul Matthews wrote:[snip one of several refutations in this thread]
> > Hello, I believe that one of failings of the original Enigma code books was
> > the codes were "too" random.
> > bods are Bletchley Park quickly realised this and this substantially cut[snip more contrary evidence]
> > down the permutations to find the day's settings.
IIRC, one of the characteristics of the Enigma that Bletchley Park
According to the NOVA program "Decoding Nazi Secrets," when letters
Perhaps someone else knows more detail about these weaknesses.
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